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Abstract

Within the last decade, the commingling of art and science has reached a critical mass. Science has long infused the arts with curiosity for natural phenomena and human behavior. New models for producing knowledge have given rise to interaction and collaboration across the globe, along with a renewed Renaissance.

Author/Artist Bio

Whitney A. Dail is an independent cultural worker and writer with master's degree in arts administration from Savannah College of Art and Design. She authors Jumpsuits & Teleporters, a blog discussing overlaps between contemporary art, science, and culture. To learn more see http://www.whitneydail.com/

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